San Diego, CA – February 21, 2013 - BNA Communications announced renewal of their Women- or Minority-owned business enterprise (WMBE) status from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for the next three years. "BNA specializes in communications programs that support Class A regulated utilities and this certification allows us to expand our expertise with participating utilities," said Heather Towsley, vice president of client services. “Our work with water utility clients, such as American Water, EPCOR Water and Suburban Water Systems, gives us a unique perspective and skill set to execute effective communications programs taking into account the intricacies of regulatory requirements and deadlines.” BNA Communications is overseen by the CPUC Supplier Clearinghouse at www.suppliernetwork.net.
San Diego, CA – July 29, 2010 - Please check out Meet the Press on NBC 7 Sunday, August 8th at 8 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time. They are showcasing a PSA featuring President Obama discussing the 20th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. BNA Communications was part of the pro-bono creative team that developed the commercial with the Ad Council. To view the commercial visit www.disability.gov. For more information, please download the full press advisory (coming soon). Ensuring that Americans with disabilities have equal access to jobs, education, transportation and technology is important to the BNA team. Please join with us in helping make the world more accessible for all who want to participate fully in the American Dream.
San Diego, CA – December 31, 2009 - BNA Communications is officially certified as a woman-owned business by the Supplier Clearinghouse for the Utility Supplier Diversity Program of the California Public Utilities Commission. "We are proud to receive this recognition from the Utility Supplier Diversity Program of the California Public Utilities Commission," said Kelly Murphy-Lamkin, managing director.
An independent expenditure campaign by the San Diego - Imperial Counties Labor Council helped reelect Chula Vista City Councilman Steve Castaneda and elect political newcomer Pamela Bensoussan. The election results will tip control of the Council away from Republican Cheryl Cox to a new majority more friendly to workers and residents, including Castaneda, Bensoussan and incumbent Councilman Rudy Ramirez. "The Labor Council funded three mailers to highly targeted voters," said Bob Nelson chief of the firm hired by local unions to help in their campaign. "Beyond just money, the Labor Council also contributed strategic and tactical advice that really helped us hone our product. The big winners are the people of Chula Vista, thanks to the union-funded campaign," Nelson said.
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